Ann Arbor holding a ‘goat open house’ this Monday

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Ann Arbor holding a 'goat open house' this Monday

Forget manscaping — the hot new trend in Michigan is goatscaping.

While the rest of America toils away under the hot sun mowing their lawns and weeding, the Ann Arbor outsourced this drudgery to several herds of goats which, according to Click on Detroit, help get rid of invasive vegetation, poison ivy and overgrown parks and other nature areas.

On Monday, the city will hold an educational  “goat open house” for residents to meet the billies from Twin Willow Ranch in Milan who have been in the municipal employ for several years.  

“So far this summer, the goats have been deployed to Broadway Park, Gallup Park and Cobblestone Farm,” CoD reports.

Goats before and after
The animals help get rid of invasive vegetation, poison ivy and overgrown parks and other nature areas.
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The city will hold an educational “goat open house” on Monday.
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